Hello, everyone! It’s Aga here and today I would like to share with a simple birthday card featuring a floral background using Build-A-Garden: Japanese Anemone set. Each month Build-A-Garden project set includes a stamp set along with a coordinating stencil set and/or die set PLUS a customer-favorite Mini Blending Brush.
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The Build-A-Garden: Japanese Anemone set features a collection of 4 delicate & intricately detailed flowers, capturing the essence of the Japanese Anemone. It also contains 6 sentiments that are perfect for everyday cards and other projects.
Build-A-Garden: Japanese Anemone
Sometimes you need to let someone know that they are wildly loved. Featuring a stunning wild rose, bud, and two leaves, this set is sure to be one of those sets you reach for again and again! This beautiful set includes a 3″ x 4″ stamp set containing 15 charming stamps and 5 coordinating dies.
Simple Floral Background Birthday Card using Build-A-Garden: Japanese Anemone
I started by stamping my images with black ink to create a beautiful floral background for my birthday card. Next, I used my blending tool and applied Altenew Crisp Dye Inks over the layering stencils to easily add color to the stamped anemones. I used here pink inks from Cherry Blossom Color Family, Buttercream and Warm Sunshine from Summer Afternoon Crisp Dye Ink Oval Bundle, along with Cloudy Sky and Nimbus from Tranquility Crisp Dye Ink Oval Bundle.
I decided to keep the front of the birthday card sentiment free and only added a big 40th number to mark the celebration created with Bold Numerals Die Set out of blue cardstock.
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Before you go, here are a few card ideas featuring this new stamp and die set!
The soft hues of blues Erum used in this card is truly magical! She showcased the timeless beauty of the Build-A-Garden Anemone by keeping the design elements minimal and cohesive.
Erum made use of complementary colors to make the Build-A-Garden: Japanese Anemone pop. We love the green gradient she used as a background!
This card's recipient will surely feel the love and affection! Jaycee's sweet card made use of the Build-A-Garden: Japanese Anemone as his sentiment's background.
Nathalie's card highlighted the Build-A-Garden: Japanese Anemone by framing the delicate flowers with a golden border. She also made use of sequins to add an extra shimmer to her card.